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    Default Walker Rec's?

    Hi all!

    My 6mo is just starting to pull himself up on things, just wondering which walker everyone recommends? He had one, but his brother destroyed it on him lol. I'd like one that's strong enough for him to pull himself up on (if they're avail), and one that he can push along, not one that he sits in.

    TIA :-)

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    So a pushalong walker? HAve a look at your local toy library and gumtree etc. There may be some for sale on there that you can try. They use them for such a short time. WE borrowed a little tikes one which was quite sturdy and it has a 'brake' that allows you to slow how fast the wheels move. it does still move a bit. Carpet seemed to slow it down.

    I know people who have used Huggies boxes. It may be a bit 'tippy' though.

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    I have a fisher price one. It goes really fast on my hardwood floors. DS was pulling himself up at 7 months and cruising but couldn't really use it himself til 8 1/2 months.

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